Business Valuation Law News

A Thriller of a Valuation Case

In May 2021, a Delaware Chancery case came down on a shareholder challenge to the fair value of shares of Regal Cinema in a sale to Cineworld. The court arrived at a value based on the deal price less synergies, which actually gave the challengers less than the deal price for their shares. Read more >>

A Smorgasbord of Valuation Issues

Where to start with the delicious buffet of valuation issues presented in Fair v. Fair , a Louisiana Court of Appeals divorce case. The primary issue in the case was the valuation of the husband’s community estate business known in the case as SIS. The business sells surgical medical equipment GE made. Read more >>

Blue-Sky Method in Valuing a Car Dealer—Redux

In a recent issue of the BVLaw Alert, we published a short piece about a shareholder dissent/oppression appellate decision in Tennessee regarding the valuation of a “high-end” car dealership. Our headline noted, “Court Tweaks Blue-Sky Method in Valuing a Car Dealer.” We received a question from a reader asking whether the rule of thumb blue-sky method was explained in the case. Read more >>